FISCAL TAX ON POPULAR AND VARIETY MUSIC PERFORMANCES

The CNV is the organization that manages fiscal taxes concerning popular and variety music performances.
Established  January 1st 2004, the tax for popular and variety music performances is a tax that was voted on by parliament within the structure of the finance bill. It is mandatory and not just simple dues. The tax is not part of the intellectual property code and thus can not be likened to copyright. It is based on the principal of filing: the taxpayer must file their earnings to the CNV.
The CNV will organize a workshop in order to explain:
- How to file and pay? What is the deadline?


- What is the rate and tax base?


- Who does this tax address and who is taxable?


- What is it used for? Where do the the collected sums go?


A particular focus will be on festivals as part of the festival program within MaMA.
 


Friday, October 17th
Le Trianon
16:00 to 17:00

FISCAL TAX ON POPULAR AND VARIETY MUSIC PERFORMANCES

Access: Restricted to MaMA delegates (subject to availability)

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CNV

The CNV is a public organization overseen by the Ministry of Culture. Created in 2002, its main mission is to support live entertainment.
The CNV collects a tax and redistributes the funds to entertainment companies as financial aid. The amount paid is decided at commissions, each one dedicated to a specific aspect of the performing arts.